Ars Celtica – Celtic Knotwork Art & Design

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I always thought that I’d be a writer. It was a bit of a shock when, sometime in the middle 1970’s, I realized that I was spending all my time making pictures. For the most part I’ve been doing that ever since.
During the early days of tabletop role-playing games I illustrated magazines, games, and gaming accessories for The Dragon, Alarums & Excursions, Wee Warriors, and Dave Hargrave’s Arduin. Still a teenager, I did all of this work under the pen name Morno…..

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  • Green, Blue, and Gold Celtic Knot Wrapping Paper
    Green, Blue, and Gold Celtic Knot Wrapping Paper
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    Square Celtic knotwork panels are here divided by a bold, repeating Celtic border in warm colors against a blue backdrop.
  • Morno's Dice of Fate Calendar
    Morno's Dice of Fate Calendar
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    So if it’s 1975, and you hand a teenager a woodgrain boxed edition of Dungeons & Dragons along with a stack of paper and some pens, well, you just sit back and see what happens. Here’s what happened to me. I turned into Morno. From right around 1975 to sometime in 1978 I drew illustrations for some of the earliest D&D supplements, modules and fanzines, and even had one cover and two illustrated stories in TSR’s own The Dragon magazine. I also did some of the covers and illustrations for Dave Hargrave’s Arduin rules sets and for a great many products, some peculiar in retrospect, for Wee Warriors; that included the first commercial D&D character sheets and the very first module for the game (Palace of the Vampire Queen). There’s a huge, long and complex history of those products that I frankly don’t remember very well after all this time. But in this age of eBay and the Web it’s not too hard to ferret that history out. People actually collect these things now, and you have no idea how old and crotchety that makes me feel.
  • Celtic Pirate Business Cards
    Celtic Pirate Business Cards
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    Now, cattle raids were the national sport, of course, at least in Ireland's ancient times. But with all that coastline and all those English, one thing naturally led to another. If you're keeping that tradition alive, don't fail to leave this as your calling card.

    Just enter your own name and other information in the provided text fields, or click "Customize It" to move, resize and recolor the text.
  • Celtic Trees Design Business Cards
    Celtic Trees Design Business Cards
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    Subtle greens and browns form this Celtic knotwork design of interwoven trees, rooted on a bold Celtic knot and enclosed by a repeating border design.

    Just enter your own name and other information in the provided text fields, or click "Customize It" to move, resize and recolor the text.
  • Silver Pentacle Stickers
    Silver Pentacle Stickers
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    I've done two treatments of the pentacle, one gold, and the other silver; each one is essentially the same except for its palette.

    There are eighteen "gripping beast" dragons - ten in the circle, eight in the corners - with several panels of interlaced bands - and of course the pentacle itself is here turned into a knotwork design.
  • Amazing Nyarlathotep Mug
    Amazing Nyarlathotep Mug
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    Lovecraft's charismatic front man for the Outer Gods of the Cthulhu Mythos, Nyarlathotep is sometimes an engaging performer and propagandist - as we see in this vintage theatre poster.
  • Dark Triskele Round Button
    Dark Triskele Round Button
    $4.40

    A three-armed spiral of ancient design, the triskele eventually became the symbol of the Isle of Man. Whatever its origin, it's a Celtic symbol from antiquity.

    They've been carved on stones and cast as jewelry all across Europe and the British Isles.
  • Irish Harp Business Cards, Style 1, Horizontal Business Card
    Irish Harp Business Cards, Style 1, Horizontal Business Card
    $38.95

    The Irish harp shown here is strung with wire, but few will object even if your strings are nylon or gut.

    Just enter your own name and other information in the provided text fields, or click "Customize It" to move, resize and recolor the text.
  • Knotwork Labrys Stickers
    Knotwork Labrys Stickers
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    Favored by Cretan despots and warrior princesses alike - the moon-shaped, double bladed axe called the Labrys has been adopted by tribe after tribe. This would be your chance to adopt one today.

    It's a symbol - variously, & depending on who you ask - of Minos' House of the Axe at Knossos, Poseidon, the Good Goddess, and both poetry groups and softball teams throughout the ancient Mediterrainean.
  • Thor's Hammer Pendant/Ornament Ceramic Ornament
    Thor's Hammer Pendant/Ornament Ceramic Ornament
    $19.40

    Here we have Mjolnir, Thor's hammer, composed of intricate knotwork like an ancient piece of jewelry; including two serpents, who remind us of Jormungandr, the Midgard Serpent, whose fate was entwined with Thor's.
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